The distributor of the film, Imovision, revealed that it is finding it difficult to launch Blu-ray from Blue is the hottest color.
After the difficulties encountered in replicating the DVD of the film, Imovision sought out the Brazilian company Sonopress, which replicates its titles on Blu-ray, but it refused and even claimed that no other company would do the service. Imovision then contacted SONY DADC, who also refused to produce the film's Blu-ray, because it considered the content inappropriate due to the sex scenes, despite the fact that the film has already been rated for people over 18.
The film, winner of the Cannes Film Festival, can only be played on DVD so far. Imovision, distributor of the film, regrets the fact and seeks alternatives for the replication of the film on Blu-ray nationwide.
In the film, the young woman Adèle (Adèle Exarchopoulos) falls in love with a beautiful blue-haired woman named Emma (Lea Seydoux). Without revealing anything to anyone, the young woman surrenders to this love, while facing judgments made by society and her own family.